Seagrape Bed and Breakfast
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... and love as Larimar!
It is awe-inspiring to ponder the fact that the series of events that created this beautiful blue wonder have only occurred one time, in one place throughout the history of the world! Amazing!
Larimar's beautiful colors mirror the blue and white shades of the ocean and sky. No two stones are alike; each piece is unique, with its own natural beauty. Larimar is also called the Atlantis Stone. A very ...
... of The Bahamas is extremely pleased to be staging a large-scale retrospective of one of the masters of the Bahamian art scene: Amos Ferguson. Born in Exuma in 1920 and passed away in Nassau in 2009, Ferguson is well known beyond the Bahamian shores for his brilliantly colored scenes of ...
... it was "out of their hands" and was "up to the seperate insurance company" to refund my $100 bucks...needless to say this set the tone for EVERYTHING that followed while on board. I'll end my Norwegian rant with this little tip...DONT GO ON A CRUISE unless you plan to smuggle booze on the boat and take those *******s for all the free B.S. you can. I ended up spending triple what i thought i was going to...but, never the less still had fun.
Any damn way, we get on the dang ...
... to do that day. I found myself depressed and it was hard to talk to my friends about my trip because how do I sum up one year of traveling into one sentence?
I was very fortunate to be able to return home and have my old job back, especially during these trying times. I have a completely different attitude towards my work now and I try to attack problems with a smile rather than getting stressed and being negative.
How have I changed?
... there before returning to the ship.
Keith enjoyed his scuba diving and said it was the best diving he has ever done. They took them out to a place off shore near the Radisson and as soon as he got in the water he saw a 6’ reef shark and then a 4’ one. He saw lots of fish and enjoyed it immensely. He got back after I did. Since he hadn’t had lunch, we went up to the Mermaid Grille so he could get a bit to eat. We left Freeport at 2:00. We ...